This photo album contains photos from the 20th Triennial Conclave of the Knights Templar in San Francisco, 1904.
1- Ferry Building illuminated with Templar cross. 2- Market St. illuminated with "Welcome" sign. 3- Building exterior illuminated with Templar cross and Freemason Square and Compass. 4- Market St. Illuminated. 5- Illuminated circle of Templar and Masonic symbols. 6- Market St. illuminated. 7- Market St. illuminated with Templar crosses and columns. 8- San Francisco Examiner building illuminated with Templar and Masonic symbols, "Welcome" sign, and a sign that reads: The town is yours Knights". 9- Capital Building dome illuminated. 10- Street parade spectators. 11- SFPD officers on horseback. 12- Templar Knights on horseback. 13- Templar Knights on horseback. 14- Templar Knights on horseback. 15- Templar Knights on horseback. 16-Templar Knights on horseback. 17- Templars in carriage. 18- Templar Knights on horseback. 19- Templars marching. 20- Templars at attention. 21- Templars at attention. 22- Templars marching. 23- Templars marching. 24- Templars on horseback. 25- Templars marching. 26- Templars marching. 27- Templars marching. 28- Templars marching. 29- Templars marching. 30- Templars marching. 31- Templars at attention. 32- Templars at attention. 33- Templars marching. 34- Templars marching. 35- Templars marching. 36- Templars doing drills. 37- Templars doing drills. 38- Templars doing drills. 39- Templars doing drills. 40- Templars doing drills. 41- Templars doing drills. 42- Templars doing drills. 43- Templars celebrating a victory. 44- Templars doing drills. 45- Templars doing drills. 46- Conservatory of flowers decorated with Templar and Masonic symbols in flowers. 47 through 55- Blank.
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